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Nebraska City News-Press - Nebraska City, NE
  • Police investigating break-ins, vandalism over weekend

  • Nebraska City police took reports of a break-ins or vandalism at six locations over the weekend.

    Money and some merchandise was stolen from The Friends of Faith Thrift Store after someone broke in. Police say a lock was broken in an attempt to break in to Pantorium Cleaners, but access was not gained.
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  • Nebraska City police took reports of a break-ins or vandalism at six locations over the weekend.
    Money and some merchandise was stolen from The Friends of Faith Thrift Store after someone broke in. Police say a lock was broken in an attempt to break in to Pantorium Cleaners, but access was not gained.
    The windshield on a van parked in the alley behind the Nebraska City News-Press was broken with a brick or block. A window at the Nebraska City Middle School was also broken and someone threw a rock or brick to break a window in an apartment near Fourth Corso.
    The city bikes were also missing this morning. One bike had been taken in for repair and was was found this morning.
    Janet Palmtag said she hopes Nebraska City will band together to protect the city bike program.
    "The bikes are out there. It will just take people looking around and finding them," he said.
    Police Cpt. Lonnie Neeman said someone also broke into the former Morton-House Kitchens building and gained access to space owned by Entire Recycling.
    A fork lift was started and driven around. Things were moved around and knocked over.

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